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Blood Wedding Arrives at Lookingglass Theatre

Federico García Lorca’s classic begins tonight.

Blood Wedding at Lookingglass Theatre starts performances this evening.
Blood Wedding at Lookingglass Theatre starts performances this evening.
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Lookingglass Theatre's production of Blood Wedding starts its run tonight.

Taking place in a rural Spanish community, the play focuses on a young bride-to-be on her wedding day. The celebration quickly turns to dangerous chaos when a former paramour shows up threatening to spark a family blood feud. In the midst of deception, family, and revenge is a seductive tale of love and passion that speaks to any heart longing for true connection.

Originally written in Spanish by Federico García Lorca, the play was translated by Michael Dewell and Carmen Zapata. It is directed by ensemble member Daniel Ostling and features Eva Barr, Christine Dunford, Kareen Bandealy, Troy West, Atra Asdou, Chance Bone, Wendy Mateo, Melisa Pereyra, Helen Sadler, Kevin Viol, and Bubba Weiler.

The creative team includes Daniel Ostling (set design), Mara Blumenfeld (costume design), TJ Gerckens (lighting design), Josh Horvath (sound design), Rick Sims (original music), Tracy Walsh (choreography), and Tess Golden (stage manager).

Performances will run through April 24.

For tickets and more information, click here.

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Closed: April 24, 2016